It was time to chose my eternal jam, a lot has happen in the last years and music is always there to help me, and Neil Young too.
I discover a lot of grat bands and music, thank all the jammers, see you in Let's loop http://www.letsloop.com/es/piraterock
Thanks For the Music
Rock and roll can never die
Of all the old guard rock’n’rollers, none responded to punk better than Neil Young. His rebuttal of punks premise that what had came before was irrelevant, that punk stood alone, that punk was some kind of scalpel that cut rock from its roots was “Rust Never Sleeps”. Taking punks tools of visceral, stripped down rock, he carved out the connections back to Link Wray and Elvis and Jimi and gouged out a map for Husker Du and the Replacements, and on to Nirvana and Pearl Jam. NME would mock the idea of “Rock’s Rich Tapestry”, but Young wove a picture that honored the fallen King and dragged Johnny Rotten into focus, while Neil tied up all the loose threads.